CreditCreditDumitru Doru/EPA, via ShutterstockALBANY — New York lawmakers on Tuesday passed a ban on cat declawing, putting the state on the cusp of being the first to outlaw the procedure.”The declawing bill now awaits the signature of Gov.
8m) non-venomous northern pine snake, was seen slithering around Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk on Sunday, before heading for the drain.Residents could not contact the RSPCA so the snake remained on the loose.
The study, which involved hundreds of British households, suggests that having a dog can strongly influence how much people exercise.But it also raises questions about why some dog owners never walk their pets or otherwise work out and whether any of us should acquire a dog just to encourage us to move.
It was part of a different kind of rescue mission, one where swift-water boats made their way through swirling floodwaters to ferry out wet dogs and drenched cats.He was part of an animal rescue team that journeyed into the small town of Webbers Falls, a few days after the town’s human population had been evacuated.
This shih tzu dog is a similar breed to the one which was put down in the US
A dog owner in America had her healthy pet put down and cremated to be buried with her when she died, according to US reports.Emma, a shih tzu mix, was put down and cremated, despite efforts of an animal shelter to stop it happening.
The plans include a referrals hospital, small animal practice and pathology laboratory in Livingston
Veterinary services provider CVS Group is set to build a new facility in West Lothian, creating up to 110 jobs.The move comes after CVS purchased a 1.
The Grade II-listed chapel at Llechryd has been vacant for 15 years and is in poor repair
A former chapel near Cardigan is to be turned into a pet crematorium.The Grade II-listed 19th Century Llwynadda chapel at Llechryd has been vacant for 15 years, according to the Local Democracy Reporting Service.
A taskforce was set up by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in 2015 to flush out the undeclared income of rogue puppy breeders.The puppy trade in Scotland is reportedly worth £13m a year - with a large proportion illegally bred.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) launched an investigation in 2015 after animal welfare groups expressed concerns puppies were being reared on a mass scale and sold illicitly in the UK.Among those HMRC said were targeted by its special taskforce were two unconnected puppy breeders in the West of Scotland who were handed tax bills of £425,000 and £337,000.
While all humans aboard a charter flight that crash-landed in a Florida river on Friday night survived, multiple animals remain in the plane’s waterlogged cargo hold, and it’s unclear whether any are alive.Although the plane is not totally submerged in the river, there is water in the cargo hold and the animals there are unaccounted for.
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Ozzie's owners say he has made a full recovery
Labradoodle Ozzie found himself in the dog house after wolfing down £160 in bank notes and landing his owners with a £130 vet's bill to remove the chewed up money from his belly.The bank reimburses damaged money if at least half a bank note can be produced.
But last month, owner Victoria Roberts was delighted to hear the feline was alive and well and living 15 miles down the road.Ms Roberts said Spike and Ruby were just three months old when they left home in Humberstone.
Police in southern California have arrested a woman who was filmed allegedly tossing a bag of newborn puppies beside a dumpster in the city of Coachella before driving away.The video allegedly shows the suspect dumping a plastic bag holding the puppies into a dumpster near an auto parts store in 90-degree weather, according to NBC News.
Real Estate|My Neighbor Took a City Pigeon as a Pet.My neighbor has taken in a city pigeon as a pet.
Payouts by pet insurers hit a record £785m in 2018, even though the number of claims submitted fell, according to the industry trade body.The Association of British Insurers (ABI) said this was down to the higher cost of increasingly sophisticated medical care.
BANGKOK (AP) — A dog found swimming more than 220 kilometers (135 miles) from shore by workers on an oil rig crew in the Gulf of Thailand has been returned safely to land.A worker on the rig belonging to Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production, Vitisak Payalaw, said on his Facebook page that they saw the dog swimming toward the platform last Friday.
CreditArash Khamooshi for The New York TimesThat last statement is a matter of debate these days in Tehran.This week Teddy and all other dogs in Iran were front and center in Iran’s nearly 40-year long battle against Western influences when Tehran’s police chief, Brig.
We asked our readers to submit photos of their dogs, cats and even birds dressed in fancy wedding fashion.We couldn’t imagine our wedding day without him.